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Computer Not Booting While Graphic Card Plugged In

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October 1, 2013 1:04:14 AM

Last night everything was worked and i normally shutdown the computer but today morning when i start my computer, first i didn't hear a beep sound when motherboard start, second monitor showing no signal, so i removed the graphic card, however graphic card fan was working but it is not showing anything in monitor even not booting the OS and not showing anything like Motherboard bios screen etc. When i plugged out the graphic card cable, it is started booting again and every thing was normal but again when i plugged in again not working.. I can't understand why was this happening. Please help guys.
October 1, 2013 12:08:08 PM

Hello,
It could be a problem with a overheating, what type of cooling, does the graphic card have ?
Mostly of times, there could be a problem card is not recceving enough power, and it could be broken beacuse of overheating.
Check your BIOS settings for Primary Graphics Adapter, which is under Advanced -->chipset Configuration. For some reason, the default value is PCI if you've never touched this setting. Change it to PCI Express.
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October 1, 2013 12:32:34 PM

Klemzinho said:
Hello,
It could be a problem with a overheating, what type of cooling, does the graphic card have ?
Mostly of times, there could be a problem card is not recceving enough power, and it could be broken beacuse of overheating.
Check your BIOS settings for Primary Graphics Adapter, which is under Advanced -->chipset Configuration. For some reason, the default value is PCI if you've never touched this setting. Change it to PCI Express.


I am using ATi Radeon 5770 and didn't find the option in chipset - PCI To PCI Express

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October 2, 2013 1:52:18 AM

boosters said:
Klemzinho said:
Hello,
It could be a problem with a overheating, what type of cooling, does the graphic card have ?
Mostly of times, there could be a problem card is not recceving enough power, and it could be broken beacuse of overheating.
Check your BIOS settings for Primary Graphics Adapter, which is under Advanced -->chipset Configuration. For some reason, the default value is PCI if you've never touched this setting. Change it to PCI Express.


I am using ATi Radeon 5770 and didn't find the option in chipset - PCI To PCI Express


Do you have updated bios to newest version ?
In my case i didnt see same this function till i've updated bios
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October 2, 2013 3:02:13 AM

Klemzinho said:
boosters said:
Klemzinho said:
Hello,
It could be a problem with a overheating, what type of cooling, does the graphic card have ?
Mostly of times, there could be a problem card is not recceving enough power, and it could be broken beacuse of overheating.
Check your BIOS settings for Primary Graphics Adapter, which is under Advanced -->chipset Configuration. For some reason, the default value is PCI if you've never touched this setting. Change it to PCI Express.


I am using ATi Radeon 5770 and didn't find the option in chipset - PCI To PCI Express


Do you have updated bios to newest version ?
In my case i didnt see same this function till i've updated bios


Yes bios is up to date. I am using Asus M4A89GTD Pro and Sapphire Ati 5770 GC.

Here is the screenshot of what i am seeing on chipset settings


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